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  • Another tomb of interest (and of which we will speak in extenso in the next instalment of this series) is the tomb of the Pope Clement II, the only pope to be buried north of the Alps. The statue, sculpted by the same (unknown) sculptor as the Horseman, was originally the slab of the tomb, which remains on the west choir, behind the cathedra:

    Catholic Bamberg: The Cathedral

  • Secondly, if this meeting was only to do with matters arising from procedure concerning the Speaker's Statement, why does Harriett Harperson's amanuensis set out in extenso an agenda that can only be germane to a discussion of the substance of the Speaker's proposed statement, under the heading 'Parliamentary Privilege: Four Principles'?

    Archive 2008-11-30

  • I reproduce this guff in extenso and commend a quick read of the rest of it and then have a root round, provided always you are of phlegmatic mien.

    Another Dreary Socialist Programme

  • Lord Bingham sets out in extenso the origins and development over many hundreds of years of that rule in the common law and Lord Mance sets out the development of the rule in Strasbourg jurisprudence.

    Archive 2008-06-22

  • I am pleased, by way of a footnote, to see both Ben Wallace, who was the first to publish his expenses in extenso and my local MP, Phillip Hollobone, who is almost Cromwellian in his approach to expenses (he is by a very long way our cheapest MP in that sense) amongst the signatories to this letter.

    Some Radical Blue Water Opens Up

  • This The Sun King comprehensively demolishes by setting out in extenso the process, which those of us unwilling to be hoodwinked have understood from the outset, by which it is merely the means of creating a constitution that has been changed, not the constitution itself:

    In Hubris, Veritas

  • I set them out in extenso, not because I want lovingly to rake over them again but as a reminder of what lay behind them, which is to say that each of these incidents had at their heart either sex or money, all of which were either for personal gratification or enrichment.

    Archive 2007-10-21

  • Miescher's results were published in extenso only after his death in 1890.

    Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1968 - Presentation Speech

  • They have political news in extenso and very vehement in many cases; and they have local news; but they have no business news.

    The Creation of Wealth

  • Of our two Engravings the first represents the "shoot" in extenso, the other the mouth, whence the cotton-bales are projected on board the steam-boat.

    Loading Cotton on the Alabama River

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